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With an Uruguayan director and produced by Sam Raimi (among others), “Don’t Breathe” doesn’t offer much in terms of its cast.

It is simply about films where the ones you suspect as being the antagonists are either victims or just pawns in the hands of the real monsters.

Since this small detail can be a spoiler in itself, we will refrain from giving too many narrative cues about these recent productions.

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